Personal Injury

Why National Impaired Driving Prevention Month Matters

As we wish everyone Happy Holidays and prepare to take some time to enjoy the season with our friends and families, our legal team at Roman & Gaynor would like to remind everyone to be safe – especially on the roadways. This time of year has become notorious for surges in drunk driving wrecks, and… read more

Don’t Ignore the Warning Signs of Spinal Cord Injuries

After an auto accident, even a minor one, take a moment to stop, let the initial shock subside, and assess how you truly feel. This is especially important if you felt an injury to your neck or back. The sheer force of an accident can cause the neck to whip around unnaturally, which is why… read more

What You Need to Know About Head Injuries Following an Auto Accident

Head injuries are notorious for being difficult to diagnose, treat, and predict. As auto accidents are among the leading cause of head injuries, also known as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), it becomes important to take head trauma into consideration following any type of motor vehicle accident, no matter how inconsequential or severe it may seem…. read more

Consumer Reports Reveals Dirty Secrets of Auto Insurance Pricing

By: Morgan Gaynor Anyone who watches television has seen them: cute or quirky car insurance ads with colorful characters bragging about saving you money. The ads may be amusing, but they don’t tell us how insurance is priced or which policies provide the best value. The cover story in the September 2015 issue of Consumer… read more

Uninsured Motorist Coverage is a Continuing Need in Florida

By: Morgan Gaynor Florida is statistically a terrible place to be on the receiving end of a car accident. Florida is one of the few states which does not require drivers to protect others from their mistakes. While many states require drivers to carry minimum levels of liability coverage, Florida does not. There are some… read more

Tort Reform Misconceptions

In the U.S., tort reform has become a conflicting political issue – and it has gained notoriety for the heated rhetoric coming from each side. A recent opinion piece published inForbes takes a firm stance regarding this rhetoric by stating that the insurance industry succeeded in “tricking” more than half the states into implementing tort… read more

Staying Safe on Fourth of July: Fireworks Safety Tips

Roman & Gaynor would like to wish everyone a Happy Fourth of July! If you have plans to enjoy the coming holiday weekend, our injury lawyers would like to remind all local residents that the Fourth of July is one of the more dangerous times of year. Whether you’ll be on vacation, enjoying a backyard… read more

Balcony Collapse Tragedy Shows Limits Of Landlord Safety Rules

On June 16, six people were killed near San Francisco when an apartment balcony they were gathered on collapsed. The collapse caused them to fall four stories to a sidewalk below. Four were killed instantly, and two more died at the hospital from their injuries. Seven more people were injured. The tragedy was national news… read more

Injured in an Orlando Theme Park? Getting Compensation for Amusement Park Injuries

Florida is a premier destination spot in the United States because it is home to some of the most popular theme parks, such as Universal Studios and Disney World. Land is abundant in Florida, and there is plenty of space for parks to expand not only in the size of their parks, but also thrill… read more

Safety Tips for Driving in the Rain

Driving in severe weather is tricky. One of the most common (and potentially dangerous) weather conditions israin. Rain and wet weather give many drivers anxiety, and rightfully so: rain causes more than 700,000car accidents in the United States ever year. While this statistic may be frightening, driving in wet weather conditions doesn’t have to scare… read more